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au·to·so·mal

(aw'tō-sō'măl),
Pertaining to an autosome.

autosomal

[ô′təsō′məl]
Etymology: Gk, autos + soma, body
1 pertaining to or characteristic of an autosome.
2 pertaining to any condition transmitted by an autosome.

autosomal

adjective Referring to an autosome (a non sex chromosome).

au·to·so·mal

(aw'tō-sō'măl)
Pertaining to an autosome.

autosomal

Of any chromosome other than the sex chromosome pair.

Autosomal

Relating to any chromosome besides the X and Y sex chromosomes. Human cells contain 22 pairs of autosomes and one pair of sex chromosomes.
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11,26) Still, as noted above, there is considerable phenotypic overlap between individuals, particularly children and young adults, with TBMN, the heterozygous carrier state of X-linked Alport syndrome, autosomally transmitted Alport syndrome, and even some children with X-linked Alport syndrome.
First, sex chromosomes of Simulium saxosum may be operating autosomally in S.
3] (Groenblad-Strandberg syndrome, Online Mendelian Inheritance in Man 177850 and 264800) is an autosomally inherited disorder that affects the skin, eyes, and cardiovascular system (1, 2) and is characterized by extensive connective tissue alterations, including progressive calcification and fragmentation of elastic fibers, and massive accumulation of proteoglycans in the extracellular matrix.
Most sympatric speciation models assume survival ability is inherited autosomally (Deihl and Bush 1989), but other modes of inheritance can have an impact on how speciation proceeds.
Pseudoxanthoma elasticum (PXE; OMIM 264800) is an autosomally heritable disorder of the connective tissue (1).
All loci are assumed to be unlinked and autosomally inherited: the loci within each set are assumed to have identical effects.

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